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Ms D'Auriol had stayed overnight at the clinic after undergoing plastic surgery

US promoter sues Michael Jackson for $40m

A concert promoter has sued entertainer Michael Jackson for $40 million for allegedly breaching a contract to play a reunion concert with other family members.

Cutting deals in La La Land

Christena Appleyard takes a green ANZ flight to join Redford and Jagger – well, almost – at two of The Dorchester Collection's hotels, in Los Angeles

Record £5m price for Hockney

A David Hockney painting fetched a record price of nearly $8m at auction.

The high life: Harrods moves even further up in the world

Mohamed al-Fayed, the Egyptian entrepreneur, is to take his Harrods brand even further upmarket when the store joins The Luxury Network later this month. For £50,000 a year, premium brands, including yachtmaker Sunseeker and alcohol group Moët Hennessy, become part of an elite group which swaps marketing ideas and business links.

Stay The Night: Montage Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

The first hotel to be built from the ground up in Beverly Hills for almost 20 years, the Montage, which opened in November, is already positioning itself as a Hollywood grand dame.

First glimpse of US octuplets

The octuplets born two weeks ago to an unemployed single mother in southern California have gained not just ounces but now also names as first pictures of the brood were released from inside the neonatal clinic where they were delivered.

Guy Adams: Bale's unchristian rant was welcome

LA Notebook

Richard Dreyfuss: Out of the wreckage

Hollywood stars on the West End stage are not new. But none is haunted by a past of quite such drug-ravaged turmoil as this one

Seven Pounds, Gabriele Muccino, 125 mins, 12A<br>A Christmas Tale, Arnaud Desplechin, 150 mins, 15

Coming soon (we hope) &ndash; a goofy Will Smith comedy

Surgeon uses human fat to run his cars

Health department raids liposuction clinic as doctor leaves for South America

A new term at Beverly Hills High

They're back. A second generation of rich, spoilt teenagers has taken up residence at zip code 90210, says Gerard Gilbert

Kaupthing threat to Candy brothers' luxury development

The Property billionaire brothers Nick and Christian Candy were racing to save plans for the world's most luxurious residential development last night, in the wake of the crisis engulfing the Icelandic banking sector.

Love child and mistress claims hit Edwards

Fresh allegations of cheating on his sick wife rock former White House hopeful

Jewish lobby threatens Candy brothers' US deal

They are the feted brothers of London's luxury property market whose services are courted by film stars and Russian oligarchs alike. In just 12 years, the Candy brothers' brand of bespoke opulence for the super rich has brought them wealth and kudos in Britain. But in striving to secure a place at the top table among the movers and shakers of California, the brothers, both in their 30s, are facing a serious problem.

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Euro 2016: Chris Coleman on course to end half a century of hurt for Wales

Coleman on course to end half a century of hurt for Wales

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